Cultural development

The Moreton Bay Region has a dynamic and vibrant arts and cultural sector that plays an important role in contributing to the lifestyle of the region. Council provides a range of facilities, support, and programs to experience, develop and celebrate our local arts and cultural community.

  • Cultivate the Arts

    Professional development workshop. Programs and opprtunities for local artists.

  • Funding

    A range of funding options are available for artists, arts and heritage groups and organisations through Council’s Community Grants Program including the Regional Arts Development Fund.

  • Opportunities for artists in council’s art galleries

    Find out information on local art awards and how to exhibit in council galleries.

  • Workshop facilitators - Libraries

    Register your interest to present or facilitate talks, workshops or performances as part of council’s existing Library programs.

  • Recording Studio & Performance Space for hire

    Did you know the Caboolture Hub has a recording studio available for hire? There is also a unique performance space for hire called The Vault.

  • Arts Mail

    Council’s monthly e-newsletter on all things arts and culture happening in the region. Register to receive Arts Mail direct to your email, preview back issues or submit your event for promotion.

  • Council's Events Calendar

    Organising a local event? Register your event on council’s online events calendar and access useful information on running events in the region.

  • Animating Moreton

    An exciting program designed to support arts and cultural events, programs and activities that celebrate and activate local community spaces.

  • Cultural strategy

    Maximising Potential: Cultural Strategy 2015 - 2018 represents a shared council and community vision for the continued growth and development of local arts and culture.

  • Cultural directory

    Discover the wealth of talent that resides in the Moreton Bay Region and opportunities to get involved in your community

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